MCKS Meditation on Twin Hearts

MCKS Meditation on Twin Hearts

The Meditation on Twin Hearts or Planetary Meditation for Peace has been practiced in over 69 countries throughout the world.

This powerful universal meditation or prayer, can be used by almost anyone desiring to contribute loving energy toward achieving Global Harmony and World Peace.

Many religions and philosophies of numerous traditions state: "It is in giving that we will receive!" According to the Teachings of Master Choa Kok Sui, the same concept is true of Blessing. He teaches that when we Bless other people; our lives will likewise be Blessed.

The Meditation on Twin Hearts uses the "Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi" in order to project blessings to all of the people on Earth.

"Twin Hearts" refers to the activation of the Heart and Crown Energy Centers. The Heart Center is associated with Human Love and with caring for our fellow human beings. The Crown Center, also known as 'Our Spiritual Heart,' is considered to be the “Center for Divine Love and Heightened Spiritual Consciousness” or Consciousness.

By simply concentrating on these two energy centers simultaneously, they become activated and one may experience being filled with Universal Divine Love and intense sense of unity or "Oneness" with everyone and everything. The Personal Transformation will be achieved by the practice of this meditation. Benefits include better health, reduced stress, greater productivity, happier relationships, increased calmness and inner tranquility.

Scientific researches demonstrated the increase of 300% of melatonin in plasma after the meditation practice. It has been done others researches that document additional positives results. When regularly practiced as a form of Service to Humanity, the Meditation on Twin Hearts can bring peace, joy, healing and reconciliation on many levels.

Source: http://globalpranichealing.com/

The Twin Hearts Meditation must be practiced daily.

On MCKS Basic Pranic Healing the student learns this technique of meditation.

Around the world there are numerous groups that together practice it regularly with the aim of bringing peace, love, prosperity and spirituality to themselves and to the planet, therefore improving the quality of life of all the beings that dwell on earth.  

There are other techniques of meditation besides on the Twin Hearts, including Arhátic Yoga or the Yoga of Synthesis, that are learned and practiced with the orientation of the Grand Master Choa Kok Sui and the Achayas of Pranic Healing.

To listen to the Meditation on Twin Hearts, access the web page www.meditationontwinheartslive.com. There the Meditation on Twin Hearts is available in more than 10 languages.

Watch on the program Viver Natural of TV Cultura, Dr. Glenn Mendonza (also Master on MCKS Pranic Healing) talking about the MCKS Meditation on Twin Hearts, and the experiments that he made with this Meditation at Hospital Good Samatiran in New Jersey.

Programa Viver Natural - MCKS Meditation on Twin Hearts, Part I

 

Programa Viver Natural - MCKS Meditation on Twin Hearts, Part II

 

Programa Viver Natural - Meditation on Twin Hearts, Part III

 

Instructions for the Meditation

DISCLAIMER

Physical and psychological conditions of each practitioner vary. If discomfort or adverse effects are experienced, the practitioner is advised to stop the Meditation immediately.

PMP International and Grand Master Choa Kok Sui will not be held responsible for adverse effects arising from the practice of the meditation techniques and exercises provided here and in the web sitewww.meditationontwinheartslive.com.

People who should NOT practice the Meditation

  1. Those with severe heart ailments, hypertension, glaucoma or kidney and liver problems
  2. Those below 16 years of age 
  3. Pregnant women 
  4. Heavy smokers       
  5. Heavy meat eaters (particularly pork) 
  6. Those who consume alcohol regularly 
  7. Those who use hallucinogenic drugs or who use addictive drugs

 Never meditate while driving a vehicle or operating machinery 


Achieve Results Through Blessing!

1. Do an Invocation for Blessings of Divine Help, Guidance and Divine Protection, Divine Love, Mercy and Compassion, Good Health, Prosperity and Abundance. 

2.This may be done individually or in a group. You may place a picture or a map of a specific location or simply visualize the place or the group of people you wish to Bless. 

3.SMILE! Recall a happy event you have experienced. Place your hands at chest level, with your palms facing outward. 

4.Simply play the CD, cassette tape of the Meditation for Peace and Illumination. 

5. Through your hands, project the energy of Divine Love and Loving Kindness to the location, the group or the project needing Resolution of the situation or problem. 

6. Depending on the length of time the situation or problem has existed, as with nations, it may be necessary to regularly repeat the Blessings until a favorable outcome is achieved. 

7. Under extreme circumstances, the Meditation may be repeated as often as deemed necessary. This approach may be used when there is greater need to transmute an accumulation of negative energies that have gathered in potency over many generations. 

8.Please remember: a small group of about seven (7) people doing the Meditation together have the effect of approximately 100 people meditating individually or separately.


Instructions for Doing the Meditation

  • Do Physical Exercises before the Meditation.
  • Sit comfortably with your spine erect, preferably facing east. 
  • Gently close your eyes and simply follow the MCKS Meditation on Twin Hearts.
  • Do Physical Exercises after the Meditation.

Physical Exercises


AFTER AND BEFORE THE MEDITATION

You may do the following simple physical exercises to prepare your physical and energy bodies for the strong amount of spiritual energy, which will be generated by the meditation. 
These exercises are designed in such a way that even older people can easily do them. It is advisable for people with back problems to be careful when doing bending or stretching exercises (nº. 7).

Exercises to do Before Meditation

1.Eyes Exercises:
Rotate your eyes in circles 12 times clockwise, then 12 times counter-clockwise.

2. Neck Exercises:
a)Turn your head to the right, then to the left. This is one count. Do this 12 times.
b)Tilt your head backwards then bend it forward. This is one count. Do this 12 times.

3.Arm Rotations:
Extend your arms in front of you, then swing them upward over your shoulders towards the back, and return them to the original position. This is one count. Do this 12 times, and then do another 12 counts in the reverse direction.

4. Upper Body Twists:
Twist your upper body to the left, then to the right. This is one count. Do this exercise 12 times.

5. Hip Rotations :
With your hands on your hips, rotate your hips 12 times to the right, then 12 times to the left.

6. Semi-Squat Exercises:
Slightly bend your knees and rhythmically move up and down. Let's do this exercise 50 times.

7. Bending and Stretching Exercises:
Raise your arms over your head, arch your body and tilt your head back-wards. Bend your body forward.  Simultaneously bend your knees slightly while extending your arms to touch the floor with your fingers. This is one count.

8.Knee Exercises:
Rotate your knees 12 times clockwise and 12 times counter-clockwise..

9. Feet Exercises:
a)Point your toes forward, then backward. This is one count. Do this 12 times with the right foot then 12 times with the left foot.
b)Rotate your right foot 12 times clockwise, then 12 times clockwise, ten 12 times counter-clockwise. Do the same for  the left foot.

10. Orientation:
You may do these exercises one to three times before the meditation.


Exercises to do After Meditation

1. Shaking:
Standing on your toes and shake your body for 60 times. The purpose is to rapidly shake off the excess energy generated by the meditation and also the used-up energy. 

2. Jumping Exercises:

Stand with your legs together. Jump up and raise your arms and clap your hands, simultaneously landing on your feet with your legs open. Then jump again, this time with your hands on your hips, and your feet together.

3. Eye Rotations:
Rotate your eyes 12 times clockwise, then 12 times counter-clockwise.

4. Bending and Stretching Exercises:
Raise your arms over your head, arch your body, and tilt your head backwards. Bend your body forward. Simultaneously bend your knees slightly while extending your arms to touch the floor with your fingers. This is one count. Do this exercise 12 times.

5. Upper Body Twists:
Twist your upper body to the left, then to the right. This is one count. Do this exercise for 12 times. 

6. Hip Rotations:
With your hands on your hips, rotate your hips 12 times to the right, then 12 times to the left.

7. Massaging:
It is advisable to massage you body after the meditation. This will avoid or minimize congestion and facilitate the smoother flow of energy in your body. You may massage your body systematically from the head down. Start with the scalp, the scalp, the back of the head, face, neck, shoulders, arms, trunk, liver and kidney. Put special emphasis on the liver and kidneys, because they are unusually susceptible to energy congestion. Then massage your legs. This will help stimulate and facilitate the free flow of energy in your body.

"It is important to do physical exercises before and after meditation... to clean the energy centers and the energy channels, so that higher energy, generated by the meditation, can easily flow through your physical and energy bodies with minimal obstruction."

Grand Master Choa Kok Sui